LIVE – Grand Slam in Yonne for the RN and its allies: the results of the second round of legislative elections in Yonne

Counting, results, political reactions… Follow the second round of the 2024 legislative elections in Yonne live.

THE ESSENTIAL

  • The second round of the legislative elections takes place this Sunday, July 7, 2024. Early elections due to the dissolution of the National Assembly.
  • Sophie-Laurence Roy (Right – Union of the Far Right) was elected in the second constituency with 295 votes more than the outgoing MP, André Villiers (Horizons – Ensemble, presidential majority).
  • Julien Odoul (RN) was re-elected in the first round in the third constituency of Yonne.
  • The participation rate was 69.11% in Yonne.

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9:01 p.m. | Reaction from Sophie-Laurence Roy

“The first feeling is joy. I am extremely happy. I am very proud that a majority of voters in the 2nd constituency have trusted me despite everything that has been said.
Sophie-Laurence Roy (LR – Union of the Far Right), newly elected MP in the second constituency of Yonne

8:39 p.m. | First constituency: Auxerre results still missing

The results of the first constituency are consolidated at 68%. Only Auxerre and Monéteau are missing. Daniel Grenon (RN) still has a 4000 vote lead over Florence Loury (The Ecologists – New Popular Front).

8:21 p.m. | In France, theThe New Popular Front is the surprise winner of the legislative elections, the RN much lower than expected

No absolute majority emerged from this second round of legislative elections on Sunday, July 7. The left would come out on top, ahead of the presidential camp. Long predicted to be the winner, the RN came in third.

8:13 p.m. | Partial results at 61% in the first constituency

According to the partial results of the first constituency of Yonne, Daniel Grenon (RN) would be in the lead with 56.81% of the votes cast against 43.19% for Florence Loury.

8:04 p.m. | Sophie-Laurence Roy elected in the second constituency

Photo Marion Boisjot
Sophie-Laurence Roy (Right – Union of the Far Right) came out on top in the second constituency of Yonne (50.42%). The outgoing MP André Villiers (Horizons – Ensemble, presidential majority) lost by 295 votes (49.58%).

8:00 p.m. | First results in the first constituency

The candidates :

– Florence Loury (The Ecologists – New Popular Front). Substitute: Bruno Cancela-Brault.
– Daniel Grenon (National Rally). Substitute: Jean-Marc Ponelle.

Charny-Oree-de-Puisaye

Number of registrants: 3583
Number of voters: 2599
Abstentions : 984
White votes: 233
Invalid votes: 63
Votes cast: 2303
Loury 855
Grain 1448

Montholon

Registered: 2129
Voters: 1485
Blancs : 121
Draws: 32
Expressed: 1332
Grain: 788
Loury : 544

Bleneau

Number of registrants: 880
Number of voters: 613
Abstentions : 267
White votes: 50
Invalid votes: 17
Votes cast: 546
Loury 208
Grain 338

Saint-Fargeau:

Number of registrants: 1073
Number of voters: 707
Abstention :
White votes: 57
Invalid votes: 13
Votes cast: 637
Florence Loury: 250 votes
Sophie-Laurence Roy: 387 votes

Toucy

Number of registrants: 1795
Number of voters: 1162
Abstentions : 633
White votes: 88
Invalid votes: 21
Votes cast: 1053
Number of votes per candidate:
Loury 474
Grain 577

Appoigny :

Number of registrants: 2481
Number of voters: 1656
Participation : 66,75 %
White votes: 136
Invalid votes: 33
Votes cast: 1487
Daniel Grenon: 57.8% (859 votes)
Florence Loury: 42.2% (628 votes).

8:00 p.m. | First results in the second constituency

The candidates :

– Sophie-Laurence Roy (Right – Union of the Far Right). Substitute: Paul Nonat.
– André Villiers (Horizons – Ensemble, presidential majority). Substitute: Dorothée Moreau.

Avallon

Registered: 4502
Voters: 2671
Participation : 59,33
White votes: 72
Invalid votes: 31
Votes cast: 2568
Villiers : 1503
Roy : 1065

Migennes

Registered: 4126
Voters: 2545
Blancs : 95
Zeros: 25
Expressed: 2425
Roy : 1098
Villiers : 1327

Thunder

Number of registrants: 2565
Number of voters: 1508
Participation : 58,79 %
White votes: 38
Invalid votes: 17
Votes cast: 1453
André Villiers: 55.54% (807 votes)
Sophie-Laurence Roy: 44.46% (646 votes).In Tonnerre, the mayor announced the results. Photo Thierry Drosson

Chablis :

Number of registrants: 1473
Number of voters: 1024
Participation : 69,52 %
White votes: 16
Invalid votes: 13
Votes cast: 995
André Villiers: 56.78% (565 votes)
Sophie-Laurence Roy: 43.22% (430 votes).

Saint Florentine

Registered: 2502
Voters: 1477
Blancs : 34
Draws: 19
Expressed: 1424
Roy : 643
Villiers : 781

Brienon on Armançon

Registered: 2004
Voters: 1095
Blancs : 39
Draws: 12
Expressed: 1044
Roy : 674
Villiers : 370

Walnut trees

Registered: 474
Voters: 349
Abstention : 27 %
13 blancs
8 draws
Sophie Laurence Roy : 130
André Villiers : 206

Square the Tombs

Registered: 578
Voters: 426
Participation : 73,70 %
White votes: 20
Invalid votes: 5
Votes cast: 401
Villiers : 227
Roy : 174

Ancy the franc

Registered: 604
Voters: 399
Abstention : 205
13 blancs
8 draws
Sophie Laurence Roy : 219
André Villiers : 159

Cruzy-le-Châtel

Registered: 196
Voters: 143
Abstention : 53 (27,0%)
White votes: 2
Invalid votes: 0
Expressed: 141
Sophie-Laurence Roy (Right UxD): 70
André Villiers : 71

Results in Vermenton (with Sacy):

Number of registrants: 1063
Number of voters: 726
Participation : 68,3 %
White votes: 21
Invalid votes: 15
Votes cast: 690
André Villiers: 54.1% (373 votes)
Sophie-Laurence Roy: 45.9% (317 votes).

Results in Châtel-Censoir:

Registered: 436
Voters: 312
Participation : 71,56
White votes: 15
Invalid votes: 5
Votes cast: 292
Villiers : 149
Roy : 143

Flogny-la-Chapelle

Registered: 751
Voters: 502
Abstention :  249 (33,16%)
White votes: 14
Invalid votes: 10
Expressed: 478
Sophie-Laurence Roy (Right UxD): 246
André Villiers (Horizons) : 232

Ligny-le-Châtel :

Number of registrants: 799
Number of voters: 530
Participation : 66,33 %
White votes: 12
Invalid votes: 6
Votes cast: 512
André Villiers: 41.02% (210 votes)
Sophie-Laurence Roy: 58.98% (302 votes).

7:51 p.m. | Emmanuel Macron brings together former majority leaders

According to information from BFMTV, the President of the Republic is holding a meeting at the Élysée to follow the election results, in the presence of leaders of the outgoing majority including Prime Minister Gabriel Attal.

7:45 p.m. | All results on lyonne.fr from 8 p.m.

The results for each municipality are starting to reach us, we will broadcast them from 8 p.m. You will be able to discover the results in this live, as well as in our dedicated space.

7:38 p.m. | What resources are available to MPs?

Remuneration, mandate expenses, catering, accommodation: each deputy is entitled to certain allowances and resources at his disposal to carry out his function. So, what are the resources of the deputies? We explain.

7:32 p.m. | What were the electoral promises of the first deputies of the Fifth Republic in Yonne?

Jean-Pierre Soisson, Jean Chamant, Gaston Perrot… What were their campaign promises? What topics did these candidates from Icaunais address in their statements of faith in the legislative elections of 1958, 1962, or 1967? Delve into the archives by clicking here:

Lower prices, improved pensions… What were the electoral promises of the first deputies of the Fifth Republic in Yonne?

19 h 20| What are the particularities of the constituency in which you are voting in the legislative elections?

7:17 p.m. | Which deputies were elected in Yonne in 2022

In the second round of the 2022 legislative elections, Daniel Grenon (RN), André Villiers (Horizons) and Julien Odoul (RN) were elected in the three constituencies of Yonne.

7:14 p.m. | In France
Participation is estimated at 67% in France, follow our national live coverage by clicking here.

6:49 p.m. | Participation in Migennes
The total participation in Migennes was 2,645 voters, or 64.11% (4,126 registered).

6:47 p.m. | Participation in Avallon
Photo Solal Duchene
In Avallon, 2,676 people went to the polls, a turnout of 59.49% (4,498 registered). The count continues at office No. 1, at the town hall.

6:39 p.m. | Results
The results of this second round of early legislative elections will be available on lyonne.fr, from 8 p.m.

6:35 p.m. | Reward
Photo Thierry Drosson
In Tonnerre, the city is offering sweets to volunteers who are stripping this Sunday evening.

6:30 p.m. | Counting
Photo Arnaud Charrier
In Toucy, the calculation of the envelopes is not correct, we start all over again. The outgoing deputy of the first constituency and candidate for re-election, Daniel Grenon (RN), arrived on site.

6:29 p.m. | Counting
The counting is also well advanced in Avallon.

Photo Solal Duchene

6:07 p.m. | Counting
The counting has begun!

This is the case in Auxerre:

Photo Marion Boisjot

In Tonnerre:

Photo Thierry Drosson

Or again in Toucy, under the eye of the mayor, Michel Kotovtchikhine:Photo Arnaud Charrier

6:00 p.m. | Polling stations close

It is 6 p.m., the time when polling stations close in Yonne. Only the polling stations in the most populated cities in France remain open.

5:51 p.m. | How do legislative elections work?

5:42 p.m. | Early legislative elections

On June 9, 2024, following the European elections, Emmanuel Macron announced the dissolution of the National Assembly. The French are called to elect their deputies, these Sundays, June 30 and July 7, as part of early legislative elections. The previous ones took place in 2022.

Campaign, government, consequences… How does a dissolution of the National Assembly work?

5:35 p.m. | In which constituency is your municipality located?

5:33 p.m. | First round results

In Yonne, two duels are taking place this Sunday: Sophie-Laurence Roy (Right – Union of the Far Right) against the outgoing deputy André Villiers (Horizons – Ensemble, presidential majority) in the second constituency and Florence Loury (The Ecologists – NFP) and the outgoing deputy Daniel Grenon (RN) in the first. The outgoing deputy of the third constituency, Julion Odoul (RN), was re-elected last Sunday. 1,457,233 voters were therefore called to the polls in Yonne.

17 h 31| Participation

Photo Marion Boisjot
At 5 p.m., 59.74% of those registered on the Icaunais electoral rolls turned out to vote, compared to 63.29% during the first round at the same time.

5:29 PM | Hello everyone

Welcome to this live coverage of the second round of the legislative elections in Yonne. Here you will find information on the vote count, the results by city, the deputies elected this evening in the department, as well as the reactions of local political figures. A national version of the live coverage is available here.

A Grenon-Loury duel, Julien Odoul re-elected, Philippe Veyssière withdraws… Relive the election night of the first round of the legislative elections in Yonne

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